John R.

John R. Hogg

Vice President-Exploration and Operations

+1 403 781-7820

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MGM Energy Corp.

Born 1958, Hamilton, Canada

Academic Degrees

  • 1981 B.S., geology, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada

Experience

  • 2007-Present MGM Energy Corp., Calgary, vice president and corporate officer
  • 2006-07 ConocoPhillips Canada, Calgary, manager Western Canada New Ventures and Canadian Frontier Exploration
  • 2005-06 Burlington Resources Canada, Calgary, manager-new ventures
  • 1997-2005 PanCanadian/EnCana, Calgary, vice president Atlantic Canada Exploration and Drilling, Offshore Business Unit
  • 1988-97 Petro-Canada Inc., Calgary, team lead/geological specialist Atlantic Canada Business Unit
  • 1984-88 Husky Oil Operations, Calgary, senior geologist, Offshore Nova Scotia Exploration Dept.
  • 1981-84 Gulf Canada Resources, Calgary, exploration geologist, Arctic exploration team

 

AAPG Activities

Joined AAPG 1981
Member DPA

  • 2012-14 Foundation Fundraising Advisory Committee
  • 2012-13 Ad-Hoc IP Future Direction Committee, chair
  • 2012-14 HoD Constitution and Bylaws Committee
  • 2010-14 AAPG Rep., OTC-ATC Conferences, vice chair, '11; chair, '13; past chair, '14
  • 2010-13 Investment Committee
  • 2010-11 Advisory Council - Canada Region
  • 2009-10 General chair, 2010 AAPG ICE, Calgary
  • 2009-12 DPA Governmental Affairs Committee
  • 2009-11 Canada Region vice president
  • 2009-11 HoD Constitution and Bylaws Committee chair, '09
  • 2008-09 AAPG 3P Conference chair, Moscow
  • 2008-09 Global Events Oversight Commttee
  • 2007-09 AAPG vice president-Regions
  • 2007-09 Distinguished Lecture International Subcommttee
  • 2007-08 Audit Committee
  • 2005-07 AAPG ICE Committee chair
  • 2005-08 Research Committee
  • 2005-09 HoD Nominations and Elections Committee
  • 2004-05 General chair AAPG ACE, Calgary
  • 2004-06 Past president, Canada Region
  • 2004-05 HoD Ad-Hoc Committee on Executive Session, chair
  • 2003-05 Convention Coordination Commttee, chair, '05
  • 2002-09 Committee on Committees
  • 2003-04 Affiliated society president, CSPG
  • 2002-03 President, Canada Region
  • 2002-11 Visiting Geoscientists Committee
  • 2001-03 Vice president/treasurer, Canada Region
  • 2001-02 HoD Honors and Awards, Chair
  • 2000-01 AAPG Advisory Council
  • 1999-2004 DPA Council - international member
  • 1999-2000 AAPG House of Delegates chair
  • 1998-99 AAPG Budget Committee
  • 1998-99 HoD Ad-Hoc Elected Editor Committee
  • 1998-99 HoD Ad-Hoc IRC Amendment Resolution Committee, chair
  • 1998-99 AAPG House of Delegates, chair-elect
  • 1997-98 HoD Constitution and Bylaws, vice chair
  • 1997-98 HoD Future of Earth Scientists Committee, chair
  • 1996-97 HoD Ad-Hoc International Representation Committee, chair
  • 1994-95 HoD Recording secretary
  • 1993-95 HoD Ad-Hoc Unaffiliated Delegates Committee, chair
  • 1991-1992 Field trip chair, AAPG ACE, Calgary
  • 1991-92 HoD Credentials Committee, chair
  • 1990-91 HoD Nominations and Elections Committee
  • 1989-92 Foreman, Canadian delegates
  • 1987-90 Membership Committee
  • 1986-15 HoD delegate

AAPG Honors & Awards

  • 2013 Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists Honorary Membership
  • 2011 HoD Honorary Member of the House
  • 2010 AAPG Honorary Membership
  • 2010 Certificate of Merit
  • 2010 HoD 15 year Certificate of Service
  • 2007 Certificate of Merit
  • 2006 Affiliated Society, CSPG, Presidents Award
  • 2005 Certificate of Merit
  • 2004 HoD Distinguished Member of the House
  • 2004 Certificate of Merit
  • 2002 Distinguished Service Award
  • 2000 A.I. Levorsen Award, Best Paper Eastern Section
  • 1999 Certificate of Merit

 

Over 50 oral and poster presentations on Atlantic Canada Geology, petroleum accumulations Jurassic Rift Margins and Canadian Arctic basins at technical conferences.

Section 2. President

The President shall be the chief executive officer of this Association. The President shall be spokesman for the Association on all matters pertaining to the public; shall appoint the members of all committees within the limits prescribed in the Constitution and Bylaws; shall appoint delegates to cooperating organizations to represent the Association; and shall serve as chair of the Executive Committee.

Executive Committee